TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL
HT 700D SERIES TRANSMISSIONS
Fig. 6-32 Forward clutch housing-partial cross-section
Fig. 6-31 Removing PTO gear from forward clutch
(13) Remove twenty piston return springs 14 (A,
(14) Remove forward clutch piston 13 and
sealrings 10, 11 and 12. If the piston is replaced, be sure
the identification (A, B or C) for the new piston is identical
to that of the piston replaced.
(15) Remove the PTO gear by compressing the
snapring, located within the gear, sufficiently to allow the
Fig. 6-33 Installing pivot collector ring
gear to slip easily from the clutch housing.
snapring. If the gear does not slip easily, check for a
(16) To compress the snapring, insert 10 pieces
break in the light that can be seen between the gear and
of 3/32 x 0.020 x 3-inch (2.38 x 0. 50x 76. 2-mm) steel
housing; work to depress the snapring in that area.
shim stock between the snapring and the PTO gear (fig.
6-31). To accomplish this, locate the snapring gap, and
(18) Unless replacement is necessary, do not remove
at the cutout nearest the gap, press the snapring into the
collector ring 6. If damage has occurred, support the
groove in the housing. Slip a piece of shim stock
inner circumference of the ring and press the forward
between the snapring and the inner ends of the splines of
housing and input shaft assembly free.
the PTO gear. Repeat the operation at the other side of
the snapring gap.
(19) Do not remove balls 7 from the forward clutch
housing unless replacement is necessary.
(17) Then, working at each opening (missing
spline) to compress the snapring, insert the remaining
pieces of shim stock at approximately 3-inch (76.2 mm)
increments. Push the gear from the housing. Remove the